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. receptionist: mr. casey? you're a stubborn woman. you bet! i take after my father. look left... right... up... down. what happened to your leg, mr. casey? oh, a wall fell on it. a wall? yeah, when i was a fireman, i was in a hotel fire... ( fire engine siren wailing ) i've been on disability pay ever since the accident. let's have a little talk here, mr. casey. we have found several potential problems. your cholesterol is very high, the ekg tells us there is a slight heart problem, and the circulation in your leg is, uh... how should i put it... getting worse. if we don't do something right away, your current situation could lead to a stroke or heart attack. we strongly recommend that you start an exercise program. and we have to put you on a strict diet. and get this prescription filled. whatever you say, doc. here comes a taxi. so, what did the doctor say? not much. everything's o.k. no real problems. do you need to stop at the drugstore? no. later maybe. let's go straight home. ( doorbell buzzes ) becky-- buzzer. i'll be right down, matt. ( tv playing ) i won't be late. can i get you any
. >> mary liz harris, tony ann, susan casey. >> thank you, am i harris. >>> tell owe, mr. chairman and the board of directors. i'm a citizen here in san francisco representing myself * . i have a great love for the marin head lands and my husband and i have pep a little bit of time there. we would spend a whole lot more if it was expanded to the saturday, which is the thing you are talking about * spent. we have always had to be sunday at church. i'm with the church of jesus christ of latter-day saints and have a lot of things i have to do on sundays. so, i could not get out to the head lands. there is so much there to learn about the natural history of this area and we went to the marin head lands, i should say the marin mammal center recently. we have a visitor coming from australia that wants to get over there. if you have the bus on saturday, that will be wonderful. and i will appreciate if you have more publicity regarding it because a lot of people don't know that exists. and if we could see like the places where you're going to have the bus stop and the whole schedule, that
. president? the presiding officer: the senior senator from pennsylvania. mr. casey: mr. president, thank you very much. i rise this morning to spend a couple of moments talking about the work we have to do between now and the end of the year. there are various ways to describe this, but it's usually described under the broad umbrella terminology called the fiscal cliff. some debate, the use of those words, but there's no question that we have very difficult decisions to make in the next couple of weeks. my primary concern -- and i think this is a concern that's widely share here in the senate and across the country -- is what will all this mean for middle-income families? what will their tax rates be? what will their near-term economic security be? and what can they expect for their families and for the communities within which they live? especially at this time of the year, because a lot of families are not just preparing for the new year and what will happen, they're also trying to make decisions about spending, about holiday shopping, about investments, about priorities that they have to
. first up is mr. schriebman. your two-minute starts now. schriebman: thank you, not, jamie, casey, cumbersome and gibson told you for being here into wmht-tv and the times for sponsoring. i'm in it for congress to be a voice for middle class families. i grew up in the hudson valley. my dad was a world war ii vet who didn't finish high school. my mom small business supported her family growing up in the fact is we struggled. we struggled month to month and year to year to pay the bills like so many famous and upstate new york continue to struggle. cumbersome and gibson was supposed to be a voice for us, but he hasn't been. instead coming as for have been voting to end the guarantee of medicare, to define planned parenthood and restrict a woman's right to choose, to weaken nuclear safety while pushing for a new nuclear plant here and to cut off educational opportunity the telegram sent headstart. i know how important this opportunity seller. i was the first of my family to go to college and i couldn't have gone without a pell grant, without student loans. because of receiving that o
forget, always be aware of what he did to these people, brooke. >> casey, i spoke with mrs. stoddard and she said i do forgive him. we'll take some of the family members speaking if we can any minute. we'll be looking for that and take in it tucson. >>> in the meantime, we have more information about an incident last week here. two iranian military planes fired at an unarmed u.s. predator drone. the drone aircraft performing routine surveillance over the persian gulf whether the iranian su-25 war plane opened fire. barbara starr is in the pentagon. barbara, i know that there's a infon ur:eloreio p rst responding to questions about all of this now that we have put it out there. it was last thursday just a few days, of course, before the election, iran took action that ratcheted up military tensions. two iranian su-25, pretty old russian fighter aircraft they have, went out in to the air space over the persian gulf and fired continuously at a u.s. air force predator drone. this was about 16 miles off the iranian coast. in international air space. this is a very aggressive action. the p
will be 30 seconds. we have one more from the viewer at home from casey siler. >> moderator: mr. schriebman, you haven't yet figured that the economy. what is your plan? schriebman we need to look at what works in an economy and have policies that promote economic growth and put people back to work. that is what worked in the 1990s. the bipartisan support under the clinton administration. we had a fair tax policy, we were putting millions of people back to work. they were working, earning money, spending money, that succeeded. then president bush came in and slashed taxes on the wealthy. our record surpluses turned into record debt. it takes us right back there again. the same as what mitt romney would do come in the same as what george bush did. that is the congressman's voting record. so we need progrowth policy to put people back to work and that is what is going to improve our economy. >> moderator: you have 30 seconds to respond. gibson: i didn't hear anything that resembled this plan. i haven't heard this on my own. it is excellent. it is tax reform. it is regulatory relief. it is dri
laws, they're very upset about the number of bullets that mr. loughner had at his disposal, wolf. >> casey wian, an emotional day out there. thanks very much for that report. we'll have a quick check of the day's other top stories. also, the voters have now spoken legalizing recreational marijuana as it's called in two states. do they have the final say? much more on that. and other news when we come back. trying to find a better job can be frustrating. so at university of phoenix we're working with a growing list of almost two thousand corporate partners - companies like microsoft, american red cross and adobe - to create options for you. not only that, we're using what we learn from these partners to shape our curriculum. so that when you find the job you want you'll be a perfect fit. let's get to work. >>> a stark declaration today from the man leading a gruesome assault against his own people in syria. lisa sylvester's monitoring that and some of the other top stories in "the situation room" right now. so what's the latest? >> wolf, syria's president bashar al assad is insist
to join us in the senate. and along, of course, sherrod brown and bob casey and bill nelson, amy klobuchar, kirsten gillibrand, joe manchin, debbie stabenow, bob menendez, sheldon whitehouse, bernie sanders, maria cantwell, diane finestein, we have delivered to you a great caucus, mr. leader. >> not only did every democratic incumbent in the senate win their race last night, every single one, but democrats actually picked up two seats. elizabeth warren defeated republican incumbent scott brown in massachusetts. joe donnelly defeated tea party favorite, richard mourdock, in indiana. it should have been impossible. joining us now is steve kornacki, co-host of "the cycle," 3:00 weekdays here on msnbc. happy aftermath, steve. >> i was just checking unskewedelectionreturns.com and they said republicans have 67 senate seats now, so i'm not sure what you're talking about here. >> also, mitt romney won with a anonymous vote. >> yes, in d.c., that's right. >> that's right. what happened yesterday in the senate specifically? obviously, the expectations were leaning much more toward the democrats by
so would the senate please come to order. the senator from michigan. mr. levin: udall amendment number 2940, brown of massachusetts amendment number 3036; toomey amendment number 3064. levin amendment 3114. casey amendment number 3193. risch amendment number 3213. wicker amendment number 3220. johanns amendment number 3222. coburn amendment number 3237. levin amendment number 3243. lieberman amendment number 3256. cornyn amendment number 3260. mccain amendment number 3261. kyl amendment number 3271. webb amendment number 3275. nelson of nebraska amendment number 3279. the presiding officer: is there objection to -- mr. mccain: reserving the right to object. the presiding officer: the senator from arizona. mr. mccain: and i will not object. the presiding officer: will the senate come to order. will the senate please come to order and you can take your conversations out in the hall. mr. mccain: we now have 17 more amendments. we will be proceeding tomorrow morning and i want to tell my colleagues, we will be looking at other amendments to put in the package. the presiding officer:
. levin: mr. president, i wonder if we could get unanimous consent that senator casey be allowed to proceed as though in morning business to comment on pending amendment -- on filed amendments for, was it ten minutes? i'm sorry. ten minutes? would that be -- i ask unanimous consent. the presiding officer: is there objection? mr. levin: i ask unanimous consent that senator casey be allowed to proceed as though in morning business. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. casey: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from pennsylvania. mr. casey: thank you, mr. president. i rise today to talk about our nation's military in light of the legislation we're considering. i want to commend chairman levin and ranking member mccain and all those who are working on it. just have some comments on a number of amendments and a few issues. for more than a decade now, our nation's been at war and in that time period, the men and women of the u.s. armed services have courageously served in afghanistan and iraq and assisted communities after disasters and continued to provide stabi
worse. and i hope we have, on behalf of senator kirk, myself, lieberman, casey and many other colleagues, a strong bipartisan vote we had last year. with that, mr. president, i ask for the yeas and nays. the presiding officer: is there a sufficient second? mr. levin: mr. president? the presiding officer: there appears to be. the senator from michigan. mr. levin: mr. president, i would ask for 30 seconds on this amendment. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. levin: mr. president, i strongly support this amendment. it will continue to tighten the sanctions on iraq -- on iran -- excuse me -- and to bring into strong participation the international community. and this amendment is a continuing effort. the administration has made major efforts. i commend them for it. but this will add great strength to the existing sanctions which are essential to force iran to comply with the international community. now, the administration has raised concerns. we know that about some provisions of this amendment. they've indicated that the amendment does not give them sufficient waiver flexibility
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